Hot Since 82 – Don’t Touch The Alarm (Original)
Monikkr and Alodot – Manimal
Cazzette – Sleepless (Original Mix)
Watermat – Bullit
Haji & Sheldon – Inception (Original Mix)
Above & Beyond ft Alex Vargas – Sticky Fingers (Original Mix)
Robbie Rivera ft Caroline D’Amore – Manipulate Me (Original)
Nervo ft Duane Harden – Sunshine Thru Rain Clouds (Original)
LA Riots ft Ineabell – Let You Go (Original Mix)
Bingo Players – Knock You Out (Club Mix)
Audien – HEX (Original)
Andrew Rayel ft Alexandra Badoi – Goodbye (Original Mix)
Image of Bingo Players taken at Anthem Nightclub in Nashville.
Nearly 15 years since the release of his first single, the classic “U Don’t Know Me” with Armand Van Helden, Duane Harden finally releases his debut solo album #NB4U (Naked Before You). In the time elapsed, he has grown into many roles – singer, songwriter, producer, label mogul, author – all of which has contributed to his current release. The album features collaborations with everyone from Ferry Corsten, Sidney Samson, and Louie Vega to Bimbo Jones, Jessica Sutta, and Chris Willis. There is truly something for everyone on the album. This kind of diversity of talent is not a surprise, if you take a moment and search for Duane on discogs.com, it might blow you away to see how many incredible records he has been involved with over the years.
DJ Ron Slomowicz: Let’s start with something I’ve been wondering about. How did the Chicane “One More Time” collaboration come about?
Duane Harden: Chicane sent me a message and it was the usual process from there. I think he may have gotten the idea from Ferry Corsten because they work together a lot and I did the Ferry Corsten track “Love Will.” It was my first dive into that genre of music, so maybe he thought it would be a cool idea to do a track with an underground, soulful dance artist.
Continue reading INTERVIEW: Duane Harden Interview 2014 #NB4U
My focus this year is to pretty much do as many interviews as possible. As well as listen for hot new music, network, and go to great parties. Last night’s Doorn party at Escape was a good time to do all three. It was also quite nice that I interviewed Sander Van Doorn today and got the chance to ask him about two hot tracks that he played.
Continue reading AMSTERDAM DANCE EVENT (2013): Day 2